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Prochainement : Decadence and Translation

Nous participons, le 13 décembre à l’Université de Glasgow, à une journée d’étude dédiée aux traductions décadentes. En voici le programme !

Decadence and Translation

9.30: Welcome.
10am: Session 1.
Chair: Stefano Evangelista (Oxford)
Venue: Room 101, 5 University Gardens

  • Lara Raffaelli, ‘D’Annunzio in Translation’
  • Caroline Crépiat and Benedicte Coste (Burgundy), ‘Ubiquitous translations in French periodicals of the fin de siècle’

11am Postgraduate Papers Panel A
Chair: Jane Desmarais (Goldsmiths)
Venue: Room 101, 5 University Gardens

  • Katharina Herold (Oxford), ‘De-Orientalising pomegranates: Wilde in Arabic translations’
  • Adam Wilson (Glasgow), ‘Russian Decadence’
  • Ekaterina Shatalova (Oxford)  ‘Russian Translations of Salome’

12:30 pm – Lunch

1:30pm – Postgraduate Papers Panel B
Chair: Richard Hibbitt (University of Leeds)
Venue: Room 205, 5 University Gardens

  • Colton Valentine (Yale), ‘En Route to the Victorians: The Translation Histories of Two Novels by Joris-Karl Huysmans’
  • Eleanor Keane, (Goldsmiths) ‘Princesses of Glass and Silence: Renée Vivien’s (Re)translation of the Fairytale’
  • Anne Rainey, ‘Carson as bricoleur? Examining the technical challenges addressed by Irish poet Ciaran Carson, in translation of Rimbaud.’

3 pm – Translation workshop sessions

  • Translating Huysmans – Brendan King (Independent Scholar)
    Venue: Room 202, 4 University Gardens
  • Translating Rachilde – Jennifer Higgins (Independent Translator)
    Venue: Room 205, 5 University Gardens
  • Translating D’Annunzio – Elisa Segnini (University of Glasgow)
    Venue: Room 101, 5 University Gardens

4.30 pm – Postal Pursuits
Venue: Glasgow Library Special Collections
Chair: John Coyle (University of Glasgow)

  • Mallarmé and the Postman – Philip Terry (University of Essex)
  • Launch of Récréations postales: A Digital Exhibition – Matthew Creasy (University of Glasgow)

5.30pm Close